Escape Planet 17

Escape Planet 17

In Escape Planet 17, you are under the skin of Natan, a detective from the Narcotics Department. While investigating a new drug circulating on the streets, Nathan sees his partner being killed and both are framed for involvement in trafficking among others crimes. Nathan is unjustly accused, convicted, sent to a prison planet and removed from his family. During his stay on planet 17, Nathan devises a plan to escape, but a series of macabre crimes initiates a security protocol and prevents his plans. Get involved in an obscure plot involving violent gangs, synthetic drugs and a symbiotic experiment company. Giving up is not an option, escaping the planet is your mission, even if you have to get your hands dirty with blood.

Well-established platform game mechanics, with adjusted controls.

Skills such as double jump, dash, wall jumping among others.

Unique system of interaction with characters: Choose between bribing, influencing or threatening characters.

Use shields, vests, and bandaids to protect yourself and recover your life.

Unique system to equip weapons and multidirectional aiming.

An Interactive Inventory system with the ability to save, load, drop and other options to manage several items.

A game with fluid narrative and a great and unique History.

  • Draw and Handle Weapons:

    The game has a unique weapon draw weapon system, inspired by the classic megadrive game Flashback - The Quest for Identity.

  • Hacking:

    You have the ability to hack some terminals to activate doors, elevators, manage your Notoriety and more.

  • Fighting Skills:

    Use your close combat skills to fight enemies, very usefull when your weapon is out of ammo.

  • And much more;

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Escape Planet 17 on Steam



_Do you remember what they say when someone dies here?

They “go home”.

They reunite with their loved ones in their warm home, in the hereafter…

Like Mom and Dad now. I miss them. I miss our warm home.

But I don’t want both of us to die to get there.

At least this time, I want a warm family night.

Not just a bunch of cold money in the morning.

Can you do this, Brother? Just once?_


Rendezvous is a 2.5D Cyber-Noir pixel art action-puzzle adventure game where you follow Setyo, an ex-agent living a quiet life only to find his sister, fraught with danger in the city of Neo-Surabaya.

The game is actively in-development. Some gameplay, features, and elements may not work as expected and will be subject to change in the future.



A stunning combination of 2D hand-drawn pixel art with modern effects such as dynamic lighting and bloom brings depth and life to the world.


Use multiple paths to collect items that could help you closer to your goal or even secrets!


Gather clues and use everything you know to solve the puzzles that stand in your way.

Stealth and Combat

You can sneak around the enemies or directly confront them with weapons you find.

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Rendezvous on Steam

Jack Move

Jack Move

Jack Move is a JRPG that features a unique blend of gritty cyberpunk story telling, turn based battles, and beautiful modern pixel art. Coming to Steam in 2022.

Take on the role of Noa: A young vigilante hacker from Bright Town. As the overreaching mega-corporation, Monomind, kidnaps her estranged father, Noa has no choice but to get him back, before it’s too late. Help her find her dad, as she finds herself on the way.

Noa won’t be alone on her journey. She’ll be helped out by her best friend and tactical planner, Ryder, as well as her Martini drinking uncle and ex-corporate spy, Guin Blakely.

Jack Move features beautifully animated, exciting and tactical turn based battles.

Customise the software of your Cyber Deck to switch roles mid battle, balancing offence, defence and buffs. Choosing which software you load during battle is the key to victory! Hardware upgrades can help boost your stats, increase the amount of software you can install or give Noa extra abilities.

  • Gorgeous “Hi-Bit” pixel art inspired by retro RPG’s and enhanced with modern techniques.

  • Battle your foes in cyberspace. Take them down using a multitude of sweet hacking software.

  • Explore the dangerous world of Monocity-1 and take down Monomind, the evil mega corporation that controls it.

  • Play as Noa Solares, a sassy hacker out to save her father and the world.

  • Fight your way through a bunch of dungeons filled with allsorts of cyberpunk villany. Street punks, gangsters, corporate militia, secret service agents, and horrific cyber-experiments-gone-wrong will all be battling against you!

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Jack Move on Steam

Low Story

Low Story

Fun platformer with some nice twists - like the red balls you need to rotate around yourself to the doors to open them. It kind of reminded me old school games with modern graphics. I think it was nice to have a camera changing the angle every once in a while. I died a lot but then again I managed to progress as well so I think it has a nice difficulty curve. Overall I think this is a nice platformer with some nice boss fights.

Real player with 5.8 hrs in game

Great job. i love it.

Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

Low Story on Steam



This review contains major spoilers. Be warned and proceed at your discretion.

LIBERATED is one of the games that you’re not meant to have fun with. It tells a dark story about dystopian future, where the government controls every aspect of human lives. Don’t purchase or gain enough via wire? Don’t post enough photos on social media? You’re under suspicion. Maybe you post an online comment doubting the current government? You’re asking to be arrested, discredited, pretty much erased.

There’s a group of people in that world. They call themselves The Liberated. Throughout the game they hunt for the proof that the government is corrupt, and ultimately, that it was behind the big terrorist attack on the school, which they needed to justify building this strict regime, where privacy is a crime.

Real player with 6.5 hrs in game

A digital interactive comic book set in a noir cyberpunk world of complete government control, eerily reminiscent and very close to the course our own blue ball of yarn is spinning into at the moment.

What excites about Liberated is the way it’s presented. Through a slick, black and white comic book, complete with textured panels, sounds of flipped pages and reflections. You even have the ability to tilt the view around the panels a bit. It’s a complete experience of reading a comic book. I can almost smell the paper. The art is wonderful (brings to mind Frank Miller’s Sin City, even a hint of Torpedo and some other noir comics) and the way the panels are framed really glues your eyes to a single panel, letting you linger on it as long as you want.

Real player with 6.5 hrs in game




Entodrive is a Pokemon-like adventure that I’ve grown fond of over my 3+ hours of playing. The one person development team is very active, with weekly updates indicating what was added/changed, as well as what is in store for the next update. As the community is relatively small, any feedback you have will be read and considered as part of future development, it’s a fun experience!

The game is still in an alpha state and is enjoyable as-is. It’s well worth the price if you are prepared going in that there are unfinished aspects to the game, and crashes will happen from time to time. Thankfully the game has a robust save system and is very quick to boot up and resume your progress. I also enjoy the music a lot.

Real player with 21.2 hrs in game

Cool creature collector game

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

Entodrive on Steam